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Learn to Lobby the Legislature at Workshop March 8

Learn to Lobby the Legislature at Workshop March 8

Louisiana Strong, the conservative action group formed as a counter balance to leftist groups such as Together Baton Rouge, will hold a workshop on how to lobby your legislators this Saturday, March 8. The main speaker will be Scott McKay, publisher of TheHayride.com, who is also known as the poet laureate of politics. Other speakers [...]

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Hallie, Hadden and Harper Hay

Hallie, Hadden and Harper Hay

Michael Hay and Michelle Lavergne of Zachary are proud to announce the birth of their triplets, Hallie Morgan Hay, Hadden Michael Hay and Harper Mae Hay. The triplets arrived at 1:03 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, at Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge. Hallie weighed four pounds and 11 ounces and measured 17-3/4 inches long. [...]

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Elliott Claire Jenny

Elliott Claire Jenny

Steven and Megan (Legendre) Jenny of Central are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Elliott Claire. She was born Dec. 17, 2013, at Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge at 4:23 a.m. She weighed seven pounds, 10 ounces and was 19 inches long. She was welcomed by her big sister, Harper, and her grandparents, [...]

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Elena Hartlage, Reeve Legendre to Wed at St. Agnes Catholic Church

Elena Hartlage, Reeve Legendre to Wed at St. Agnes Catholic Church

Elena Leigh Hartlage of Baton Rouge and Reeve Daniel Legendre of Greenwell Springs will marry in a 7 p.m. ceremony May 23 at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Baton Rouge. The bride-elect is the daughter of Phyllis Babin Hartlage of Baton Rouge. She is the granddaughter of Ethel Maraist Babin of Baton Rouge and the [...]

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Cupit, Phillips  Marriage Set April 5 in Denham Springs

Cupit, Phillips Marriage Set April 5 in Denham Springs

Courtenay Anne Cupit and Ryan Dale Phillips both of Pride, will marry in a 7 p.m. ceremony April 5, 2014, at Forrest Grove Plantation in Denham Springs. The bride-elect is the daughter of Rex and Linda Cupit of Pride. She is the granddaughter of Anne Fleming and the late Richard Arlen Fleming of Pride and [...]

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Can You Help Save Central’s Old Girls Gym?

Can You Help Save Central’s Old Girls Gym?

Can you or an organization you represent save the Old Central Girls Gym?  It may cost several hundred thousand dollars. The Central Community School System is currently advertising for the demolition of several buildings on the old Central Middle School site. One of the buildings is the Old Girls Gym.  Before the school board considers [...]

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Courage Under Fire Is Nothing New for the Mayor Pro-Tem, Ralph Washington

Courage Under Fire Is Nothing New for the Mayor Pro-Tem, Ralph Washington

The effort last week to target Central Mayor Pro-Tem Ralph Washington and have him removed from the April 5 election ballot is something many in Central are still contemplating. Why was he targeted for supposedly failing to pay a questionable $100 fine from the Board of Ethics for late filing of a campaign finance report [...]

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Freneaux Used Candidate Forum To Attack Jr. Shelton: WVLA-TV

Freneaux Used Candidate Forum To Attack Jr. Shelton: WVLA-TV

The Republican Women of Central held a candidates’ forum at the Central High Auditorium on Monday, Feb. 17. They heard from one candidate for Mayor, one candidate for Police Chief, and nine candidates for City Council. The other candidates had other conflicting events. Despite instructions to candidates to keep it positive and not attack their [...]

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Central’s Chance to End Divided Government

Gridlock. That’s what Washington and the nation face with divided government. An unpopular President of one party.  The Senate in his party’s hands.  The House firmly in the hands of the other party. It is bitter and acrimonious, and nothing gets done. Unfortunately, that’s the way Central’s government has become too. Two sides who fight [...]

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Candidates Qualify for Central Elections

Candidates Qualify for Central Elections

Qualifying opened on Wednesday, Feb. 12 for candidates seeking to run in Central’s municipal elections, which are scheduled for Saturday, April 5.  Clerk of Court Doug Welborn accepted papers from Central candidates on the first day of qualifying.  By 12 noon, 14 candidates had qualified for Mayor, Police Chief, and five seats on the Central [...]

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